dan easley - downtown rocktown [town001]
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Dan Easley's debut record, chock-full of misdirected love songs and odes to the bemusing disarray of our everyday lives. Tight modern pop (well, okay, rather loose antiquated and quirky) songs centered around an original voice and acoustic guitar style, accented by guest performances by Nathan Garrett.
see towndowner records
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voice, guitars, glockenspiel, modified saxophone, floor by dan easley
nathan garrett plays bass on you're with me there, mandolin and violin on same old same old, and flute and fiddle on janus
production assistance and musicological education by kevin macnutt
December 4, 2006
Unplugged on drugs
Dan Easley sounds like the illegitimate son of Syd Barrett and David Bowie testing a new drug with a country church choir and a beatlemaniac organist as a backing band. It's touching in a way, and also full of sarcas and autoderision. Awesome.